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Colombia / Plane Crash #361216

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 21, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Buga, Colombia: Diana Gonzalez) The crash of an American Airlines 757 plane, Flight 965, in Buga, Colombia, near Cali, featured; details given of reports on survivors; scenes shown from the mountainous region and of survivors. [RELATIVES, NEIGHBORS - comment on the crash victims.]

(Dallas: Scott Pelley) The possible reasons why the plane was mysteriously off course examined; animation shown. [Attorney General Janet RENO - discounts terrorism as a possibility.] [Terrorism expert Robert KUPPERMAN - comments.] [American Airlines president Robert CRANDALL - comments.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The crash of Flight 965 said to be the deadliest involving an American airliner since Pan Am Flight 103 exploded over Scotland 7 years ago to the day noted.

Gonzalez, Diana;
Pelley, Scott;
Rather, Dan

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